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Israel aims to break Hamas as manhunt intensifies

TOPSHOTS Israeli soldiers walk in a single file on a path during an operation in the West Bank town of Hebron on June 17, 2014 as Israeli forces broadened the search for three teenagers believed kidnapped by militants and imposed a tight closure of the town. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu demanded Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas's help in securing the release of three kidnapped teenagers, as the army launched a massive crackdown on Islamist movement Hamas. AFP PHOTO/ HAZEM BADER

 

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